How do I get my Ontario child report card online?

To view a child’s Report Card online, login to the Edsby web browser. If the organization has submitted the Report Cards online, a button will become available in the Classes panel of each child. Click View Report Cards. This will open the child’s most recent Report Card.

Will Ontario students get report cards?

During the school year, all students in grades 1-8 receive one Progress Report Card and two Provincial Report Cards. Report cards are sent home during the same month each year: Elementary Provincial Report Card 1 – February.

How do I access my TDSB report card?

If the parent/guardian email address has changed, we encourage you to contact your child’s school to provide an updated email address. Students in Grades 4 to 8 will also receive a copy of their report card in their TDSB student email account.

Do JK students get report cards?

Provincial report cards are issued twice per year (February and the end of June). Students in Grades 1-6 can expect subject areas to be reported on using letter grades. Students in Grades 1-8, whose achievement is not meeting the minimum ministry standard, receive a mark of “R”.

How do I get my Ontario Student Record?

The OSR folder, Ontario Student Transcript, documentation file folder, and office index card are available from those vendors that are listed on the ministry’s website, at

How long do schools keep student records in Ontario?

55 years
The Ontario School Record is retained for a minimum of 55 years after the student ceases to attend a school operated by the Board or until the file is transferred to another school. After the minimum retention period has passed, the records can be destroyed.

What is a passing grade in Ontario?

The following is the levels on the Ontario rubric, its meaning, and its corresponding letter/percentage grades: Level 4, beyond government standards (A; 80 percent and above) Level 3, at government standards (B; 70–79 percent) Level 2, approaching government standards (C; 60–69 percent)

What do I write on a report card?

The student:

  • is a conscientious, hard-working student.
  • works independently.
  • is a self-motivated student.
  • consistently completes homework assignments.
  • puts forth their best effort into homework assignments.
  • exceeds expectations with the quality of their work.
  • readily grasps new concepts and ideas.

What does a 4 mean on a report card?

A “4” means that a student is doing excellent work. When a child receives a “4,” it means that he/she is consistently demonstrating a high level of proficiency or knowledge.

How do I get my old Ontario report cards?

What do you need to know about kindergarten in Ontario?

These three reports will help parents understand their child’s progress during the course of the school year. They are part of Ontario’s updated policy on the assessment, evaluation and reporting of children’s learning in kindergarten, found in Growing Success – The Kindergarten Addendum 2016.

How many report card templates are there in Ontario?

There are 16 report card templates. Business requirements [ PDF, 305 KB] to help companies develop the electronic versions are also provided. Ministry Policy document: Growing Success, Assessment, Evaluation and Reporting In Ontario Schools, First Edition, Covering Grades 1 to 12, 2010.

How many report card templates are there for kindergarten?

There are 16 report card templates. Kindergarten Communication of Learning: Initial Observations (public version) (PDF, 226 KB) Kindergarten Communication of Learning: Initial Observations (Catholic version) (PDF, 248 KB) Kindergarten Communication of Learning (public version) (PDF, 427 KB)

When was the kindergarten Addendum released in Ontario?

In conjunction with The Kindergarten Program, the ministry released the policy document Growing Success – The Kindergarten Addendum: Assessment, Evaluation, and Reporting in Ontario Schools, 2016.